[gdal-dev] VRT derived band pixel functions written in Python

Rutger kassies at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 00:02:07 PDT 2016

Then I guess i'm mistaken in thinking that Python would become a slowdown in
such a case. It's been a while since i tested it. Anyway, thanks for your
comments and efforts to improve the performance.

I couldnt find any Conda channels* which build from trunk, so i probably
have to wait a while before i can 
try it out, something to look forward to. :)

* https://anaconda.org/search?q=gdal


Even Rouault-2 wrote
> Le mardi 13 septembre 2016 11:07:39, Rutger a écrit :
> ....
> With all that the cost of the Python layer becomes neglectable (except
> loading 
> the Python environment the first time, if not already loaded, but for a 
> computation that will be longer than a few seconds, that's not really a
> big 
> deal)
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